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    Havasu Desert Storm 2016, Info, Videos, and Updates
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    APRIL 26 – May 1, 2016

    LAKE HAVASU CITY, ARIZONA

    For 2016, Lakeracer LLC, DSM Events, the City of Lake Havasu Convention and Visitors Bureau have joined together to bring the best event in the country to you! Another collection of the most significant performance boats across the nation are once again planning to converge on Lake Havasu for the spring kickoff to the boating season!

    Tuesday - Kicks off the Desert Storm event with a meet and great luncheon at Pirate Cove Resort in Park Moab. You can drive, boat, or fly to this great venue and check out the new 2016 updates to the great resort.

    Wednesday – Third Annual "Krusin' for Kids". Under privileged and special needs children and adults will be coming from all over Arizona to have their DREAMS come true one KRUSE at a time. Volunteer participants will take our guests out on beautiful Lake Havasu for a "Kruse" and back into the London Bridge Resort where they will enjoy a fun filled day created just for them! Hosted by Lake Racer and Teague Custom Marine, we have teamed up with New Horizons who are bringing their clients and families to enjoy the festivities. We have several participants who have volunteered to take the public for boat rides for donations to New Horizons, please let us know if you would be interested in doing this.

    Wednesday Evening - Lake Racer presents the Desert Storm open house hosted by West Coast Drives our local Skater Powerboats dealer, one of the best high performance boat shops in Lake Havasu. A silent and live auction may occur during the evening depending on donations for the auction, all proceeds from the auction will be presented to our charity, so they can continue the amazing work they do for families in need. Join us for a great evening of camaraderie with the best people in performance boating

    Thursday will continue the excitement with our down town Street Party, opening this year at noon, all of our participants and Sponsors are invited to display their boats on McCulloch Boulevard which will be closed off for the event. Display and vendor booth areas can be purchased by our sponsors and the public. Last years Street Party was spectacular and thousands of people turned out from all over the area, so of course we have to make it even bigger this year with a expanded VIP Tent, Parking and registration/check in for Event Sponsors and Participants at Springberg/McAndrews Park.
    Participant Registration and check in for the poker run and shootout will be Thursday night at the street party in the Park VIP Tent area and Friday morning at the Nautical Resort Convention Center.

    Friday morning at the Nautical Resort, the Poker Run takes off with registration, drivers meeting and then a parade thru the London Bridge Channel beginning the run. With 5 card stations open from 10:45 am to 2:30 pm and a helicopter photo station from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm, there is lots of fun boating action!
    Rotary Park -While getting the poker run started, Vendors and boat displays will finish setting up for our “Power in the Park” Event Village. Open at 10:00 am for everyone’s viewing of the Poker Run Parade thru the London Bridge Channel. We’ll have activities all day such as Skyboard Rider show and a Classic Car & Boat show with burnout contests.

    Friday Afternoon - Friday afternoon participants returning from the poker run will have channel beaching spots reserved for our “Power in the Park” concert and beach party. We’ll have a party bus available to bring you from the Nautical and London Bridge resorts to the event village VIP tent. The “Power in the Park” concert is open to the public.
    Poker Card Turn-in - Starting at 6:00 pm, at the Power in the Park VIP Tent, we’ll have the Poker Hand turn in. Complete with food vendors, hosted Budweiser, sponsor tents, and wild card prizes. We open the cards and record the winners, and party the night away till the late hours!

    Saturday morning begins at the Nautical Resort conference center with final registrations and check in for the Desert Storm Shootout. Then we move to the Site Six Marina for boat inspections and classification. The Shootout course starts off near Site Six Launch Ramp and runs two miles south on the California side. Set to run thru early afternoon, we’ll see who have the fastest boats in the west and the King of the Desert!!! Spectators have a great view from areas around the Site Six Launch Ramp, our wet pits location (VIPS only), in the parking lot, we have display and vendor areas available.

    Saturday’s Power in the Park – even with the shootout happening across the Island, boat displays and vendors will be open at 10:00 AM with Shootout run by run announcements thru our park wide sound system. Fly Board Demos and other activities will be going on.
    Awards Party – will kick off at 6:30 PM with dinner catered in the VIP tent for Participants. Live music, beer garden and food vendors are available to all our public guests. Awards show will kick off at 8:00 pm as we award our participants with best in show, the top speeds in each shootout class, crowning the new King and Queen of the Desert and topping off the night with awarding the winners of the Poker Run. Then it’s party away the night with live music, dancing and tons of fun.
    RDP’s Underground -Then it’s party away the night with live music, dancing and tons of fun.

    Desert Storm 2016 Schedule

    April 26, 2016 Tuesday – Pirate Cove Resort Meet and Greet – 11:30 Am to 1:30 PM

    April 27, 2016 Wednesday - Krusin’ For Kids LakeRacer Charities
    9:00 Am Driver Meeting – London Bridge Resort Pool
    10:00 Am to 1:00 PM Krusin’ For Kids Powerboat Rides.. Hosted by LakeRacer, Teague Custom Marine and DCB at the London Bridge Resort Docks.
    1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Kids Pool Party and lunch at the London Bridge Resort Pool
    6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Open house and Welcome party at West Coast Drives. Beer and food provided. 1766 W Acoma Dr. Lake Havasu City

    April 28, 2016 Thursday – DESERT STORM STREET PARTY
    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Park the boats on Main Street – Vendor booth setup. Contact (602)578- 5975 to display your boat, Must be a registered participant or sponsor. (Limited # of Boats, call for your spot)
    12:00 PM - 9:30 PM Main Street Boat Show and Street Party. Open to the public –Free Admission!
    3:00 PM – 9:00 PM EVENT REGISTRATION and check in for Poker Run and Shootout Participants. Located off McCullock in the Springberg/McAndrews Park, we’ll have a VIP tent for participants and sponsors.

    April 29, 2016 Friday – DESERT STORM POKER RUN
    7:00 AM - 8:30 AM – Poker Run registration and sign in – Nautical Resort Conference Center 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Poker Run Captains meeting - Nautical Resort Conference Center. Mandatory Attendance for all Captains!!
    9:00 Am to Noon Shootout Registration open.
    9:45 AM - Fleet gathering for the channel parade - Thompson Bay off Nautical Inn beachfront. Find your group leader flag.
    10:00 AM London Bridge Channel parade starts with Group 1
    10:45 AM - 2:30 PM Card stations open.
     #1 Havasu Springs Station (Wozencraft Ins.))
     #2 Steam Boat Cove Station (TBD)
     #3 Chemehuevi Station (Pirate Cove Promo Boat)
     #4 Havasupai Station (Nordic Boats)
     #5 Thompson Bay Station (Swoop Motorsports)
    1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Photo Station (Near Havasu Landing) – Unlike other events, you helicopter photo is included in your package, BUT, you must visit the photo station and line up for helicopter photos. Boats are released one at a time, and you’ll get 2 to 3 great photos! Suggestion – maximum 60 MPH!
    3:30 PM – 9:30 PM
    Desert Storm Power in the Park Concert.
    New for 2016, we are moving into the Rotary Park its Beaches. With a stage and sound towers around the Park, we’ll have the ultimate beach party.
    Afternoon Beach Party Info - Poker Run Participants beach their boats and enjoy an afternoon of fun and Music. The beach is closed except for Participants flying a Green Desert Storm Pennant. While the beaches around the park are only for Poker Run Participant boats, the main park is open to the public and we’ll have boats and tow rigs on display, vendors to check out, food and Budweiser on sale plus great music to party by!
    Come out and party with the poker runners!
    6:00 PM - 9:00 PM - Poker Run Card Turn-in at DS headquarters - The Power in the Park VIP tent near stage. Food and beverage coupons are part of your registration. No need to wait in line we will be open till 8:00 pm we will make announcements for last call. Enjoy the atmosphere visit friends, sponsor and vendor booths, relax, and enjoy the fun. Door prizes will be given out this night!! - Wrist Bands are required for VIP Tent entry. Shuttle Bus will pick up participants from the Nautical Resort to the Park for cards turn-in.

    April 30, 2016 Saturday – DESERT STORM SHOOTOUT!
    Run the two mile course starting near Site Six Launch Ramp and runs two miles south on the California side. With over 30 different classes available, you’ll compete against boats like yours! Safety equipment is required; see rules in the registration packet.
    7:00 AM - 8:00 AM – Final Shootout Registration, Nautical Convention Center
    8:00 AM – Shootout Drivers Meeting at Nautical Convention Center
    8:30 AM - Tech inspection begin at Site Six Docks.
    9:00 AM Shootout Begins!
    2:30 PM Shootout Completes
    Afternoon - Rotary Park again hosts an afternoon /evening Beach Party - Poker Run Participants again can beach their boats and enjoy an afternoon of fun and Music. The beach is closed except for Participants flying a Red Desert Storm Pennant. While the beaches around the park are only for Poker Run Participant boats, the main park is open to the public and we’ll have boats and tow rigs on display, vendors to check out, food and Budweiser on sale plus great music to party by!
    Come out and party with the poker runners!
    Desert Storm Awards Evening
    Rotary Park Poker Run Headquarters (VIP Tent) – Awards Party open to participants and guests - Wrist Bands are required – Participants only
    6:30 PM Cocktails and music.
    7:00 PM Buffet dinner for participants and sponsors
    8:00 PM - Awards Presentations Begin.
    9:30 PM – The party continues, Enjoy the music and VIP Hosted Budweiser all night!

    May 1, 2016 – Sunday – Appreciation Day
    Participants and Families DRIVE HOME SAFELY!
    9:00 am Rotary Park VIP Tent
    Staff, Sponsor, Safety Boat Appreciation
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    Boaters arrive for Desert Storm, mingle at Pirate Cove

    Bart Boran, of Utah, hopes to retire in Lake Havasu City someday.

    “I came here eight years ago, and I got hooked,” Boran said. He arrived at Pirate Cove Resort in Needles, Calif., on Tuesday for Desert Storm, a four-day gathering of boaters, bikers, poker players and designer car drivers in Havasu.

    “I’m here for the poker run,” Boran said. “I’ve been coming for the past eight years, and it’s been awesome.”

    Tuesday was the day of the Pirate Cove Resort “Meet and Greet,” where boaters and their families docked off of the Colorado River coastline and enjoy lunch at the resort’s restaurant.

    “This is something our family has wanted to do for a long time,” said Mike Ricker, of Sedalia, Mo., “I usually go down to the Lake of the Ozarks, but the Desert Storm Shootout has always been kind of a dream of mine, like a bucket list item.”

    The Ozarks has its own shootouts, races between private boats, which sparked his interest in coming to Havasu. While he won’t be competing, he will be an avid spectator, he says.

    “I love the Arizona sun. We’ll be staying here the whole week, and taking it in as much as possible. It’s just great to meet new people.”

    Pirate Cove owner Art Tate said the meet and greet was an idea he and organizer Jim Nichols had this year. “Before the big activity, we decided to get everyone together, get a bunch of the racers together, get them talking, and let them have lunch together. Some of these people own million-dollar boats, and race them all over the country. This is just for these guys to lay back and rest for the weekend.”

    Ed Arnold, director of operations for Pirate Cove, is expecting a big crowd at the resort throughout the week. The cove’s riverbank will give VIPs the chance to test and tune their performance boats, he says. He expects up to 400 boats to be packed into the channel throughout the week as Desert Storm participants arrive, and motorcyclists from throughout the country will be coming for their own events.

    “Boaters and bikers are about the same,” Arnold said. “They’re real motorheads. Bikers will walk along the docks and look at the boats, while people who own million dollar boats will come up on land to check out the bikes. It’s a great week for everyone.”

    Arnold says that it won’t be the resort’s busiest week of the year, but it will be close. The Cove will hold its own poker run for bikers on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, while boaters can enjoy poker games at the resort on Thursday and Friday.

    Desert Storm will begin in earnest Thursday, with a boat show and a street party on McCulloch Boulevard. The boat show will be from 9 a.m. to noon, and the party will take place from noon to 9:30 p.m.

    Poker players and event-participants must register at McCulloch Boulevard in the Springberg McAndrew Park on Thursday.


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    Desert Storm racer aims to beat last year’s 180-MPH speed record

    With more than 3,000 spectators in attendance along Lake Havasu’s shore, Win Farnsworth shot across Rotary Park in a boat as large as an 18-wheeler.

    His 50-foot, twin-turbine, dual 3,000 horsepower watercraft broke 180 miles per hour in Lake Havasu city last year, setting the Lake Havasu Marine Association’s speed record for the Desert Storm Shootout. Now Farnsworth is returning to Havasu along with hundreds of other boating enthusiasts for another run at the event’s boat races.

    “Crowds can look forward to the largest performance boating industry event in the Western U.S.,” said Jim Russell, one of the event’s co-producers. “This is the first event of the performance boating season, and it’s the tenth anniversary of the street party with Desert Storm. Fans can always look forward to the ‘Parade of Power,’ with hundreds of boats parading through the channel on their way to the poker run this weekend.”

    Desert Storm began in 1999, and evolved from a single-day event to the week-long boating festival it is today. Now, the 18th Annual Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout will unofficially begin today, according to the Lake Havasu City Convention and Visitors Bureau.

    Desert Storm will begin with an annual meet-and-greet between boating enthusiasts at Pirates Cove Resort in Needles, Calif. The Street Party begins Thursday on McCulloch Boulevard, and over 135 high-performance watercraft are pre-registered to appear on Havasu’s Main Street, between Smoketree and Querio Avenues.

    The Poker Run will begin Friday, as racers will make several stops on the lake for games of poker at venues such as Havasu Springs, Steamboat Cove, the Chemehuevi reservation, Havasupai Station and Thompson Bay.

    After a night of poker, the Desert Storm Shootout will begin on Saturday, during which boats will run a two-mile course from the Site Six launch ramp to the Western edge of the lake.

    “The event is looking good, as long as the weather holds up,” said Jim Nichols, another of the event’s co-producers. “The teams are coming in with their brand-new boats. I think we’ll have a good show as usual on the street. For us to come from a single-day to a two-week-long event, and do Havasu proud…knowing that people plan their vacations around this event is pretty awesome.”

    Nichols said that he expects over 3,000 spectators at the Shootout on Saturday, and he expects as many as 20,000 boat enthusiasts to visit the festivities on Main Street this week.

    While Farnsworth holds the record for speed during the Desert Storm Shootout, Lake Havasu Marine Association President Jim Salscheider said that those speeds can rise and fall, based largely on the weather. While some boats may be able to best Farnsworth’s record on larger lakes such as the Lake of the Ozarks, Havasu’s shorter stretches allow boaters less time to accelerate to as much speed as their engines will allow.

    “If it gets windy, the boats may not be able to go that fast,” Salscheider said. “Sometimes the weather is pretty terrible.”


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    Ready for the Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout

    Dozens of boaters arrived at Pirate Cove in Needles on Tuesday in preparation for this weekend’s Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout. Boaters gather at Pirate Cove every year for an annual meet-and-greet with other boating enthusiasts.

    Tom Rensch (front), of Rapid City, South Dakota, disembarks from his 38-foot Top Gun Cigarette with Gary Piekaar, 73, of Lake Havasu City. The two arrived at Pirate Cove in Needles on Tuesday.

    High-powered boats sloshed into the docks at Pirate Cove Resort in Needles, California on Tuesday, marking the unofficial start to the 18th Annual Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout.

    The event brings hundreds of boaters to Lake Havasu every year, and it has become a tradition among boaters to meet at the resort before the festivities begin. There, they met fellow boat enthusiasts while enjoying food and drinks.

    Tom Rensch, 58, of Rapid City, South Dakota, arrived on Tuesday after a 22-hour drive. He’s been coming to Desert Storm every year for the past decade. Rensch first came to Havasu when friends told him about the event in his home state.

    “I love it,” Rensch said. “The people are great, I love the desert, and I love running up the Colorado River.”

    Rensch enjoys poker, and said that he’s looking forward to competing in the poker run this year. He’s also planning to attend the Street Party on McCulloch Boulevard this week. “My favorite thing is meeting new people,” he said. “I’ve met so many people here, and I’ve made a lot of friends.”

    Pirate Cove staff remained busy throughout the morning and early afternoon on Tuesday as boaters ventured ashore. Among them, Dave and Sherry Johnstone came for their fifth year at the event.

    The Johnstones came to Needles from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, to enjoy an escape from Canada’s brisk spring weather.

    “We love the desert scenery,” Sherry said. “We’re from Canada, and it’s pretty cold there. This is kind of a great escape. But for us, the attraction has always been the boats.”

    During Desert Storm, Dave said, Lake Havasu is a “boat Mecca.” The couple brought their own boat, a Dominator model that they purchased in Lake Havasu City last year. They don’t intend to participate in the Poker Run, however – they simply intend to watch and enjoy their time on the lake.

    “We’ll be in Havasu on Thursday for the street party,” Dave said. “It’s always one of the highlights of coming here, because of the boats and the glamour of it.”

    “There aren’t many places in the world where you can see boats with this much horsepower in one spot,” Sherry said.


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    Weather could bring wind, rain to Havasu during Desert Storm

    Lake Havasu’s Desert Storm events may have to compete with an actual storm this weekend, thanks to an abnormally low pressure system that’s made its way into the region.

    “A strong low-pressure system passed through the region Wednesday night,” Harrison said. “It’s abnormal for this time of year – April is usually pretty dry around this area.”

    The low-pressure weather system is expected to depart Havasu by Friday morning, but may be replaced by other, similar systems. According to the Weather Service, Friday will remain sunny with highs of 85 degrees and nighttime lows of 66 degrees.

    Saturday is expected to see a 30 percent chance of showers, with a slight chance of thunderstorms on Saturday night.

    “There will be more rain throughout the weekend,” Harrison said. “Wind speeds should be under 10 miles per hour.”


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    The MTI 40 SuperCat "B Wacko" caught fire and burned to the waterline. Everyone was okay, and they tried to fight the fire when it started but were unable to contain it.

    A previous year:

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    This year's street party:

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    Crowds, sun return for Desert Storm
    By BRANDON MESSICK Today’s News-Herald

    Dozens of competitor boats and spectator boats hover around Site Six on Sunday to take part in the Desert Storm Shootout, which was postponed on Saturday due to rain, lightning and high winds.

    The Desert Storm Shootout pitted high-powered boat racers from across the country in a series of runs from Site Six to the California shore of Lake Havasu. Win Farnsworth, of Massachusetts, and Gary Smith, of Tucson, battled across the waters for the distinction of being named the “fastest” boats in the show.

    The competition between the two racers was pitched, with each topping out at speeds of 170-to-180 mph through several timed races. Farnsworth matched the speed record he set last year, clocking in at 183 mph. Smith came close, reaching about 181 mph during the competition.

    “Win is still king of the desert this year,” said event co-director Jim Nichols. “But Gary’s boat was still the fastest piston-powered watercraft on the lake.”

    The races brought hundreds of spectators to the western side of the Island this weekend.

    “I think the event hit a major home run,” Nichols said. “We had bigger crowds for the street party and the parade than I’ve ever seen. I’ve never seen the amount of people who showed up, even if it was one of our roughest years on the water.”

    Spectators arrived on Saturday and Sunday, watching the competitions from bluffs overlooking Site Six, and from their own watercraft on the lake surrounding the event. Despite the event’s postponement Saturday, racers and their fans returned in force on Sunday.

    “We had terrible conditions on Saturday,” said Jim Russell, one of the event’s co-directors. “There was wind and rain, and when lightning came around the general area, safety became a concern for the boaters. We were determined to finish (Sunday) morning.”

    About 15 of 47 boats raced on Saturday before the event was postponed. More than 20 boats competed on Sunday. According to Russell, many of the boats that raced on Sunday were ones that wanted to improve their times from Saturday, before the races were discontinued, or racers who didn’t get to race on Saturday.

    Linda and Ashley Bemis traveled from San Clemente, California to watch the Desert Storm Shootout this weekend.

    “The event was awesome on Saturday, and a lot more exciting (Sunday),” Linda said. “We enjoyed the poker run, and we enjoyed watching the shootout today. We plan to come back next year.”

    Ashley said that they usually watch from the California side of the lake, but came to Havasu for the first time this year for the event. “We love the offshore boats,” Ashley said. “We’ve been coming here for about 10 years. It’s a six-hour drive, and we’ve been here since Thursday. I grew up around boats – this is what I know. This is my comfort zone. We get to relax after a fun weekend and just enjoy the gorgeous boats.”

    Stan Stanks, 64, of Havasu, has been to the past four Desert Storm events.

    “We were here on Saturday in the rain,” Stanks said. “When I read that they would rerun the event (on Sunday), we came to watch. I like watching the run. I like seeing who’s running what and how fast they’re going. I like the whole event – the street party, the people – the whole thing.”

    Todd McDonald, 61, of Havasu, came to this weekend’s event for the second time.

    “I like watching the speed boats, the crowds – they come from all over the U.S. This is unlike anything you’d see elsewhere. The Lake of the Ozarks kind of has things like this, but Desert Storm is completely different. This is one of the greater events in the sports-boating industry.”


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    video from from Saturday

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    Dang, they sure slammed you in a big hurry!!
    Getting bad advice is unfortunate, taking bad advice is a Serious matter!!
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    2400 hp in a 30' vs 1500 hp in a 36 .... Silver Bullet. Plus that was the plan so Pete could get some pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratickle View Post
    Dang, they sure slammed you in a big hurry!!
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    2400 hp in a 30' vs 1500 hp in a 36 .... Silver Bullet. Plus that was the plan so Pete could get some pics
    No, I mean they took your video off the air before anyone could even see it. Copywrite infringement or something. None of us can see it, we haven't a clue what was in it.

    Click on it......
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    It played on FB Yesterday
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    must have been the song
    lets see if this works



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    That is sweet, thanks!!

    Tell Beckley he needs to smile more......
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    That is a cool video.......
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